Bucks star struck in Hollywood

Friday night, the Lake Show was in full effect in what could potentially be an NBA Finals preview. Milwaukee downed the Lakers in the heartland earlier this season, but Los Angeles got revenge among the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown, 113-103. It was the second time in three games where the Bucks struggled offensively. Lebron James and Anthony Davis both put up at least 30 points, more than canceling out Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 32. Outside of Giannis, no Bucks starter netted more than 13 points. Milwaukee shot less than 28 percent from behind the arc.

Milwaukee is now 53-10 on the season. They are back on the court Sunday night at Phoenix.


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